Dinosaur & Volcano Small World
Our volcano progressed to the dinosaur small world tray this week. The children were still keen to set the volcano off. And the sticky sw...
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Get everyone you know to collect lids - from bottles, tubs and jars. They are brilliant for sorting and matching activities - lots of different shapes - you can make patterns with them - you can look for writing - the children can draw and copy them - some are embossed so they can use a wax crayons to do rubbings - the children will recognise some of them - lids from perfume bottles are special too, often shiny and unusual shapes!
Tuff Spot Play – Painting With Trains
Yesterday we got a parcel, a rather large parcel. Our Tuff Spot had arrived! For those who don’t know, a Tuff Spot is an large octagonal plastic tray that can be used for hundreds of activiti…
Lavender and Glitter Sensory Salt - The Imagination Tree
Here’s how to make the most wonderful sensory play material for mark making, pre-writing, fine motor skills, sensory investigation and relaxing playtime fun! A while ago we posted about making pink salt for mark making and letter practise, which was a fantastic learning and sensory play experience. To build on that play time we created...Read More »
Lunar Landscape Sensory Small World Play - The Imagination Tree
Create a sensory, small world play scene to replicate the moon’s surface and provide hours of space imaginative play for your little ones! Using recycled materials and homemade moon dust, it’s easy to set up and can lead to plenty of learning opportunities and creative story-telling too. Make your own moon dust!6 cups fine saltlarge...Read More »
Oats, Water and Water Beads.
This morning was another morning of reading Star Wars books for Thomas followed by watching our newest DVD – Lego Star Wars The Empire Strikes Out. I have to admit, its a good DVD! Jasmine wa…